A Dauphine as an eye catcher

ER Classics Desktop 2022

By: Dirk de Jong

How do you show that you have a passion for classic transport? Every type of car has a loyal fan base, especially when it comes to the 'cars of the past'. We all know hobbyists who collect everything from their brand, including a multitude of car books that let us taste and sniff nostalgia. This Renault Dauphine enthusiast makes his hobby visible to the whole village and then it is certain that you feel passion. And to experience and stimulate that feeling, we are happy to have AMK on our doorstep every month. (Which does not stay there long.)


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  1. My first car in the 60s was an Ondine, the luxury Dauphine. Your first car is always great, except in corners, where it sometimes wants to break out. So an extra weight under the front cover is never gone ...

  2. I have driven two Dauphines. The first was also my first car.
    A bit tedious, but -for that time- a nice reliable car.
    The real problem was rust. To get desperate.
    Very occasionally I see a life there.
    Endearing and I still think back with pleasure.

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